The Comedian - Dylan Dodds
Dylan Dodds and Friends (Friends Not included)
A stand-up comedy show about one man's quest to watch all of the sitcom Friends™ over ten years...
Four years ago, Dylan Dodds asked himself a question. “Could he BE any more ridiculous?” The answer, it turns out, is yes.
As he was the same age as the characters in Friends, he started blogging about the show every fortnight. How have things changed since the 90s? How does his life compare to Friends? And is the show still even any good??
It's a show about friendship, Friends™ and millennial narcissism. It hasn't been your day, your week, your month, or even your year... What do you do? Blog about it. Obviously.
Ribbons on Dylan Dodds
"Watford's favourite idiot, mixing creative observings with tales of his humdrum life and silly oneliners.
Dylan is a strange man and comedian. He talks about himself a lot."
Reviews of Dylan Dodds and Friends (Friends Not Included)
“His energy, cheeky personality and passion for performing infectious, from the offset Dylan expertly worked the audience with ease.
Utilising scenes from Friends to swiftly change topics, he kept us laughing with cheesy one-liners, props and personal anecdotes of proposing to his wife, jobs, moving flats and family.
There were so many little gems in his show, it was impossible pick a favourite. Highly recommended.”
Rating: 5/5 – Emma Slater, Lancashire Post
"Go see this show. I laughed so hard so often - it’s hard to make me laugh like that!!!! Genuinely recommend. Well done *clap clap clap clap*. So fun." - Julie Bergevin, audience review on Edinburgh Fringe Website
Other People on Dylan Dodds
"He quickly had the audience with him, as he made them feel part of the act. The club runs a 'Stand Up Challenge' and it was this part of the show [where] he excelled. In summary Dylan is a talented comedian with tremendous potential." - PJ, Suffolk Punch Comedy
"Both an accomplished writer and a true Friends connoisseur. [...] Dodds has great rapport with the audience, which is only strengthened as he shares more personal stories that tie into the overarching theme." - Ariane Branigan, The Wee Review
"I was watching Nick Clegg do a speech and it reminded me of Dylan" - his wife
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